New Monthly Content December 2016: Building a Winter Scene

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New Monthly Content December 2016: Building a Winter Scene

December 2016 coverModeling a winter scene, especially at this time of the year, is many a modelers’ desire. You may want to build a small holiday-themed display that is temporary in nature or a section of your large layout that is set in the winter time – or maybe you want your entire layout to be winter themed!

In Building a Winter Scene, you will go through the steps that should help you out, whether making that temporary holiday display or a winter scene for your permanent layout.

Snow is the key feature of a winter scene. Little else but the white stuff instantly tells folks that they are looking at a winter scene. But, you can’t simply open a box of baking soda and dump it on your layout! There are couple different initial steps you can take with snow, and it depends on the amount of snowfall you want – heavy covering, light layer, or dusting.

There are two things you might want ice for – for ice-covered bodies of water and for icicles. Either one can be created from the same elements. Once you’ve got your snow and ice-covered water, there are some extra details you can add to complete the winter scene, like the buildup of snow on either side of the road from a passing snow plow of figures of people in winter attire.

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Robert Thomson

Robert W. Thomson is a life-long railfan, the son of a former L&N Railroad B&B gang foreman, and an amateur photographer. He was born and raised in southeast Tennessee but now lives in Butte, Montana with his wife, Connie and cat, Charlie. Robert has worked as a park ranger, underground mine tour guide, freelance roleplaying game writer, and ran his own roleplaying game publishing company until selling it in 2012.

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